13 Questions to Use to Quickly Capture Attendee Feedback

Depending on your event, it can feel just as busy to those attending as it is to those producing it. Conferences, for example, tend to pack a lot of activity into a little bit of time, so there isn’t much spare time for attendees to give their feedback.

That said, conference attendees do want to share their thoughts on the sessions they’re attending! Us event planners just have to make it as easy as possible for them to do so. 

Making sure that your questions are quick and to the point is key for gathering feedback when the content is fresh in your attendees’ minds. Take a look at these tips and example questions:

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8 Easy Ways to Add Fall Fun at Your Events

When planning an in-person or virtual event, attendee engagement should always be top-of-mind. Any activities you plan should be a little bit strategic, moving you closer to the goal for hosting the event in the first place — that said, you want to make them FUN of course!

One easy way to engage your attendees is leaning into any timely holidays or traditions. Since Halloween is right around the corner, we thought we’d brainstorm a few ideas for adding some last-minute fun to an event this month — ideas so easy, it’s spooky:

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How to Keep Attendees Informed and Engaged from Start to Finish

The main goal for any event is getting people there in the first place — so you probably have a pretty solid plan for promoting it to your audience and generating registrations.

...but, that said, do you have a plan for communicating with your attendees? The people who’ve already signed up? You ABSOLUTELY should. Whether you’ll be face-to-face, all online, or some combination of the two, keeping attendees informed and engaged is imperative to event success.

That’s why you’ll want to put together an attendee communication plan that takes into account what you should tell them about before, during, and after the event. Here’s an idea of what kind of messaging you should focus on during each phase:

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